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. her opponent over a thousand pounds and 13 feet long. look at that. mary ellen marachristian went out on a south carolina lake hunting for alligators. boy did she find one. somehow she fought the gator and actually won. in an early show exclusive she joins us along with her husband mark. thanks for being with us. >> thank you. >> i've got to ask you how in the world did you hook this gator, over a thousand pounds? >> well i had help. we went on a blacks' camp and we were in a boat and what you do on an alligator hunt is first your initial strike on the alligator is with a fishing pole and it has very heavy braided line on it with like about 100 test -- >> it grabbed onto that and then you are fighting with it. and what happens next? >> um, well we stuck him with a harpoon. >> goodness. >> we had two lines on him, got him with a harpoon. >> you had no idea how big this thing was, correct? >> oh, no no. kevin davis, who was with us he thought it was probably a ten-foot gator, which was what we were hoping for. so i had no idea it was that big. >> and how did yo
pound gator. 900 pounds? didn't know they -- they could be that big! check it out, mary ellen captured and killed a 13 foot alligator in south carolina. hooking the monster with a fishing pole and fought the beast two hours, and took it down. >> eric: back now, "sunday house call" and your host, dr. isadore rosenfeld, there is more and more research done on alzheimer's disease. and, now there is new information about how it could have a connection to memory loss, that most people associate with normal aging. what does the study show, doctor. >> you're right, those of us who are getting older find that our memory is not what it used to be, we don't know where we put the car keys or put our glasses, we have trouble remembering somebody's name, and, this is thought to be due to normal aging. and, there is nothing -- has nothing to do with alzheimer's and the vast majority of people who have these memory lapses, so-called senior moments, do not in fact go on to develop alzheimer's. but, recent research shows that if you do have these memory symptoms, you in fact have -- are beginning to ha
million viewers and a whole lot of steam. critics say ellen was simply too nice. >> it was crazy, i think, in a bad way. >> reporter: and without paula's unpredictabili unpredictability. >> i wanted to squish you, squeeze your head off. dangle you from my rear-view mirror. >> reporter: even simon's sharp tongue couldn't save them. now, randy jackson is the only judge left. and "idol" producers are reportedly talking to everyone from elton john, to jennifer lopez, to steven tyler. tmz's camera caught up with the aerosmith frontman. >> they haven't called me yet. >> reporter: critics say that now could save the show. >> we need someone to ignite that studio with something incendiary to say. >> did you think you could become the "american idol"? >> yes, sir. >> you're deaf. >> reporter: idle chatter doesn't cut it. for "good morning america," sharyn alfonsi, abc news, new york. >>> when we come back, the curse of the flying fish. what will it take to finally give them the hook? [ all ] 10...9...8... a new school year has so much potential! any resolutions? my resolution is the same as always
, that's halliburton doing the seem ellening. are they pointing a finger at halliburton here? >> that's a clear finger being pointed on halliburton on that. i haven't been able to read into it far enough to find out where the decision was made to allow them to go ahead with that system. and, you know, the -- nitrogen apparently was not effective as they thought it would be. they think that the nitrogen sort of broke out or pocketed and created gaps in the cement. >> we heard in the days after the explosion about a pressure test that's showed anomalies. a pressure test was accepted. the well integrity was not established blaming both bp and pointing the finger at transocean. transocean being the people of the rig, people being contacted to drill the well. more shared blame in that instance. >> right. yeah. in that instance, again, the company man, the person representing bp usually has the ultimate decision in that although someone from transocean, if they suspect something is wrong, they certainly have the right to speak up and contradict the company man. >> i have only had a chance t
and puts on her dancing shoes. >>> massachusetts resident marry ellen captured and killed this ail gator in south carolina. she fought the beast for two hours before taking it down. having grown up in florida and seen many large gators i'm guessing there might have been a gun involved at some point. not sure you could do that with
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